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^^^ most ignorant post ever, not sure how you get race from pointing out that Ohio has been dominated by the SEC in football while Michigan has had a lot success vs. the same mentioned SEC. But I guess you are just proving the intellect of the typical Ohio fan.
Ohio State has typically recruited more African American athletes so that the fact that they are "dominated" by the white man is racist and largely ignorant.
Michigan has more head to head victories over Ohio and more Big Ten titles, no reason to think that won't continue. And with all of Urban's "health" problems stemming from coaching at Florida, I bet they get worse in dealing with the Greatest rivalry in college football and with the insane Ohio fan base. I will take the under on him lasting 7 years.
Michigan has never played Ohio in football. However, they are 9-0 against football power Oberlin, 3-0 against always tough Ohio Northern and 2-1-1 against juggernaut Ohio Wesleyan, however.
You really should know more about the history of the program that you support.
Since 1950 Ohio State has gotten the better of Michigan
Most Michigan fans who like to say how Michigan has dominated Ohio State and the Big Ten were not alive when that statement was actually true.
^^^ And most Ohio fans pick a year to go from when they can say they have the upper hand. I can do that too. Since Bo took over in '69, Michigan has the upper hand 21-20-2. And since you picked 1950 as the year, well most Ohio fans aren't 61+ years old either, meaning they weren't alive when your statement was actually true. In my lifetime, Michigan has a winning record. And the only record that matters 57-44-6 all-time.
Keep on counting games before Ohio State football was considered a varsity sport. Ohio State has dominated Michigan in the 2000's and THE program will continue to dominate the school up north for the next 30,000 years.
Well... from OSU's website it says that football was a varsity sport begin in 1890... and that was when their first game was played. So they began counting then. It looks like Michigan was an 1879 start and started counting wins then. Why would Michigan or any other school not count their wins from the time the started? Should Rutgers not count their wins? What about Harvard or Yale? Or does everybody need to start over because Georgia State just started a football team? Or do wins only start over when a team moves up from D-1AA to D-1?
If Michigan or any other school shouldn't count games before OSU was a varsity sport then does it also count that OSU shouldn't count any lacrosse wins since before Michigan added varsity lacrosse this year? OSU did have a head start on them, so we'll just wipe the slate clean to put the programs on equal footing.
Can't count games from before "we" were a varisty sport.